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Public Demonstrations in Iraq: After Adil Abdulmehdi’s Resignation

Order in Iraq Established as a kingdom in 1921, Iraq became a country run by presidential system after the 1958 Military Coup. Up until 2003,...

Why don’t the Sunnis support the protests in Iraq?

Since 1 October 2019 hundreds of people have been killed and thousands injured in demonstrations spreading to the central and southern cities of...

Iraqi Youth No Longer Tolerate Iranian Influence and State Corruption

Iraq has been witnessing popular protests that have taken the lives of more than 100 civilians. Political instability, economic hardships and...

Publications

The Role of United States of America in The Emergence and Strengthening of The Islamic State of Iraq and Al Sham

The contemporary terrorist organizations mostly motivated by religious understanding and one of the best representatives of this new terror...

Protests in Iraq and the Economic Grounds Behind Them

A new wave of demonstrations has erupted in Iraq. Although the speed of the demonstrations that started on October 1, 2019, stopped within about a...

Election of Nechirvan Barzani as the President of KRG and its Implications

Prime Minister of the Iraqi Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) and Vice President of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) Nechirvan Barzani took the...

2018 Parliamentary Elections and The Future of the KRG

Following long-lasting debates and a oneyear delay in the Iraqi Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), regional parliamentary elections were held on...

Iran-Iraq Transboundary Water Relations and Turkey

Iraq’s inability to break the vicious circle of war, embargo, occupation and civil war that the country has been experiencing since 1980 is the...

The Role of Tribes in the Political Process of KRG

Iraqi Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) is a political entity in the Federal Republic of Iraq that’s why in order to understand the...

What is Going on in Iraq’s Rich, Armed and Waterless Province Basra?

On July 8, 2018, protests broke out in Basra, Iraq’s richest province. In Basra, where about 80 percent of Iraq’s total oil production is...

A New Turn of Facing DAESH in Iraq: The Endless Security Problem

Thanks to the backing of international coalition forces, the Iraqi Armed Forces reestablished control in all cities and regions under the control of...